WebDrive on Mac with Big Sur (or later) - System Extension Blocked - Enable Kernel Extensions
When using a new install of Big Sur (or later) for macOS, the security
settings will require some configuring in order to get WebDrive to work.
Apple has disabled system kernel extensions by default, and so they will need to be enabled.
will see a popup notifying you that the system extension has been
blocked. Choose to "Open System Preferences" and go to the Security and
Privacy settings on your Mac, and click the padlock in the lower left of
the screen. Choose to "Enable System Extensions".
you'll need to reboot your computer and hold down the TouchID or Power
button to enter the Startup Security Utility. Once there, enable kernel
extensions from the Security Policy button.
Error: FUSE for macOS is out of date
On the Mac platform, WebDrive includes updated versions of FUSE when new releases are available. Sometimes a new change or upgrade on Mac may cause an issue and require changes. WebDrive may not have a new version yet, and FUSE may have a newer ...
Mac Activation Error - Caught Exception
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What are the system requirements for WebDrive?
The system requirements can be found here: System Requirements
Getting Started: WebDrive System Tray Icon
When running, WebDrive has a system tray icon on both Windows and Mac. Right-click on this icon for a menu of options: "Show WebDrive" will open the main WebDrive interface and display on screen "Connect To" allows for quick selection of a configured ...
2018: WebDrive for Mac Cache Folder
To find the cache folder for WebDrive for Mac, navigate to: /Library/Application Support/South River Technologies/WebDrive/Cache/